As we all know, the favorite season of the year is here – its summer time! And with that, a summer is never complete without the food to match. Which is why, here I am with a little something to spice and liven up your summer diet! If you have never experienced eating this wondrous delicacy, peach salsa is a condiment that pairs very well with fish, pork, and of course, the perennial tortilla chips. Without further delay. lets get about making peach salsa now!
To make the sauce, first prepare the following ingredients: 1 pound of diced tomatoes, 1 seeded and finely diced bell pepper, 2 seeded and diced jalapenos, 1 diced medium-sized onion, half a bunch of chopped cilantro, two tablespoons of lime juice, a quarter teaspoon of ground pepper, half a teaspoon of salt, and of course the main ingredient, 1.5-2 pounds of diced peaches. On a personal note, the ingredients listed above make up the perfect composition for me – not too salty, with the perfect blend of tomato goodness with the delightful peach flavor, in a slightly sour medium. Don’t be put off by the long list of ingredients, the recipe for preparing this dish isn’t all that difficult to follow. Once you’ve gathered all the ingredients, the hardest part is already over.
Now with the ingredients by my side and my trusty apron donned, I set out to create the perfect addition to my lunch. Its time for making peach salsa! First i chopped the tomatoes i bought fresh from the supermarket, and poured all of the juice-filled chunks into a large metal bowl. Then, along came the finely chopped jalapenos, onions, and bell pepper into the bowl, to really bring out the taste in the salsa. Its now time for the main star of the show. After dicing those peaches in larger chunks, to give them the center stage in the final product as well as make them better to chew, I transferred them into my bowl to mingle among the rest of the ingredients. To finish off, I added the salt and pepper, with chopped cilantro and lime juice for the final embossing.
After several rounds of folding and mixing until the salsa is spread evenly throughout the bowl, my hard work finally paid off!Laid before me is the perfect soothing addition to my next lunch, a beautiful feast for the eyes! A conglomerate of yellow, red, and green, its bright, appetizing colors screams “ready to be eaten, or even gulped in mouthfuls”. I sat down with the bowl at the garden, scooped it up with the tortilla chips laid by my side, and swallowed all the sweet, juicy delight into my mouth. A few moments of mouth-soothing nourishment and then I was groping blankly in the bowl. hungry for more! The second time making this, I left the salsa to chill, which made it even better for the hot and sweaty summer afternoons! If you’d never tried making peach salsa before, but have tasted its alluring juiciness in food restaurants, I would heartily recommend you to try making it! Even if you have never tasted it, you never know what it could turn out to be – you might be left making this sauce every so often like me!